MAY 2019 - VOLUME 2, ISSUE 10
It actually happened, and exams will probably have come and gone by the time you are reading this. Now what? How to pray for your child this summer?

  • Let them rest awhile! Their brains are pretty frazzled. Prepare their favorites foods and let them sleep. I promise you they are tired, and they have earned some rest!

  • Do they have a summer job? If not, I can promise you that they feel stressed about this! Ask the Lord to bring them work that will be helpful for the next step of their education journey. Sometimes a really hard, back breaking job is just what they need to spur them on to finish the degree that matches their passion. Honestly, ask the Lord to use their summer work experience.

  • Pray for accountability for them. While a student here, friends and professors are constantly keeping an eye on them. Many people are pouring into their lives. Going home sometimes makes it hard to find their place – at church and among their old crowd of friends. (You might need to pray for new friends for them!) 

  • Speaking of church……. some of our students live close enough to be in their home church every week, but if your child has only been home for the holidays, they will need to find their place back in your church family. Pray that God will open doors of opportunity and service for them.

Thank you for letting us have your child this year. I pray that your summer will include some great memories that will carry them through this next school year.

Ruth McWhite
Director of Women’s Ministries
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The university announces a $3 million donation from Dr. T. Walter and Christine Brashier will be used for undergraduate and graduate scholarships. Funds from the donation, which will be divided equally between the T. Walter Brashier & Family Scholarship Fund and the new T. Walter Brashier Family Christian Ministry Graduate Scholarship Fund, will be available immediately for scholarships to assist new students who are enrolling in Fall 2019.  Read More
Faculty Members Recognized For Service, Retirement
Members of the university faculty were honored for years of service and retirement at a chapel service on Wednesday, April 24. Read More
Make Your Summer Count
If your student is committed to finishing their degree in four years, then summer sessions at NGU is a smart choice for them. Summer is a great opportunity to catch up, get ahead, improve their GPA, or focus on difficult courses that will lighten their regular fall or spring load. Summer registration is now open for all sessions. Read More
Oobe Founder to Address May Graduates
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NGUConnect: Register Today!
Join us for our annual NGUConnect on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. to be held at the Commerce Club at 55 Beattie Plaza, 17th Floor, Greenville, SC 29601. NGUConnect is an NGU alumni sponsored event which serves to connect alumni and friends from all across the country and even the globe. This FREE event will be casual dress and heavy hors d'oeuveres will be served. Registration is required. Space is limited to the first 100, so register today!
New Club Opens Doors For Christian Studies Students to Preach
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Campus Security Retires K9 Officer Stoki
It had been eighteen months since K9 Officer Stoki came in for work when his handler, Officer William Farina, was hired by NGU’s Office of Campus Security. But on Wednesday, April 17, Farina brought him onto the campus for his last day and a goodbye ceremony as he retires from the force due to a medical condition. Read More
Students Honored at Awards Day
Honor Scholar and Excellence in Christian Studies Award recipient Dillon Davis was one of the many Crusaders honored at the annual Awards Day Ceremony held on Monday, April 15 during a chapel service. Click here to see other Crusaders honored that day.
Online Criminal Justice Degree Program Named Among Top in Nation
NGU is featured as one of the bes Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree programs  on T for 2019. NGU was also recently listed on Best Schools’ Top 10 Best Online Master's in Ministry Programs. Read More
Meet Dr. Nathan A. Finn
We invite you to get to know our Provost and Dean of the University Faculty Dr. Nathan A. Finn. Get to know Dr. Finn
Accounting Students Explore Careers at SC Banking Event
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Baseball Wins Second Consecutive Conference Tournament Championship, The World Sees "The Catch"
North Greenville baseball added another Conference Carolinas baseball tournament title, the second consecutive, to their resume on Sunday. The second title for NGU baseball was the biggest headline of the weekend. Jeff Chandler, a senior from Scottsdale, AZ made what some are considering the “best catch ever,” capping a fourth inning which might be considered the biggest of his career. Read More
Stevens Awarded SCICU Excellence in Teaching Award
NGU honors Dr. Andrew Stevens, an assistant professor of communications, as its 2019 South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) Excellence in Teaching award recipient.
Dates Set For iNGenUity Summer Camps
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Get Connected. Follow us on Social Media
The comment, "I didn't know that" has been made many times on campus. There are two ways to stay connected and read the latest NGU news: Parent Connection, and for up-to-date news, follow us on social media.  Get Connected!
NGU Archives Needs Items
Are you cleaning out closets? NGU is looking for items to add to the university archive collection. Do you have old issues of the student newspapers, "The Web" or "Skyliner?" Also, our collection is missing the following school annuals: 1923, 1928, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1942, and 1943. If you have any of these or other items of North Greenville historical significance that you would be willing to donate, contact, or call 864-977-2125.
Thinking About Going Back To School?
Whether you'd like to finish your bachelor's or begin your master's, NGU's adult programs at the Tim Brashier Campus at Greer provide an authentic Christian context for lifelong learners just like you. Learn more
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Important Spring 2019 Dates
  • Exams - April 29-May 2
  • Spring Commencement - May 4
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